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Days after it was reported that changes could be coming at Ohio State, co-offensive coordinator Tim Beck is reportedly leaving the Buckeyes for Tom Herman’s Texas:

Beck replaced Herman at Ohio State after he left for the Houston job. Beck will reportedly serve as the lone offensive coordinator for Herman. Co-offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, the prime play-caller, was reportedly also a coaching candidate at Western Kentucky.

This could open the job for ousted NFL head coach Chip Kelly, who was hinted as a possible Ohio State candidate.

The tweet came after his story on the massive changes expected at Ohio State after the Buckeyes didn’t follow the balanced game plan early and got stomped out in their College Football Playoff appearance Saturday night.

Meyer and Kelly agree at least on one thing, and that’s balance:

Quarterback J.T. Barrett ended the night with a 12.7 quarterback rating, with 127 yards passing and two interceptions. The Buckeyes were also held to 88 yards rushing, with Barrett registering -2 yards on 11 carries.

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